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Hawk Dreaming, an up-market permanent camp, is located on Aboriginal lands in Kakadu Australia. The camp, which accommodates up to 16 people in eight permanent tents, was designed to be compatible with the local environment.

The permanent bungalow tents are powered and feature ceiling fans, lights and real beds with linen. The camp also features a kitchen and dining tent, modern bathroom facilities and a plunge pool.

Hawk Dreaming abounds with many examples of ancient rock art and occupation sites. With the guidance and permission of the traditional owners of Hawk Dreaming, leading small group operator Aussie Adventure Holidays gives participants an appreciation of Kakadu National Park and an intimate experience of ancient Aboriginal history. Guides offer travelers exclusive opportunities to visit a wide range of environments at ideal times of the day.

Kakadu is is the largest National Park in Australia and is twice as large as Yellowstone National park in the USA. One to four-day Kakadu tours feature the World Heritage area of Ubirr Rock, Nourlangie Rock, Yellow Waters Wetland cruise, Twin Falls and Arnhemland, with tented, budget or hotel accommodations.